Killer Bunny About

In every manipulation pattern, an intercept must always be followed by a carry. Or… must it?

Killer Bunny About is a lab-grown pattern that was designed specifically to answer this question that had baffled passing nerds for centuries. If you want to know the answer, go ahead and juggle the pattern (or simply watch the video). The answer might surprise you!

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Why Not About

Like other about-patterns, Why Not About has 12 starting positions: 3 persons x 2 positions (straight and cross passes) x 2 sides on which the manipulator can start (left or right of B). With a period of 15 beats between the manipulator changes, a full round takes 180 beats (and 42 seconds) before all jugglers have again reached their starting position.

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Ambled Postmen

Finally, the post has arrived!

Initially, we tried several ways of hand-delivering the carried club to B, but then decided that the timing is a little too tight. Instead, we opted for air-mail, which gives the manipulator just enough time to turn and catch the chop from A.

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Recap of PassOut 2019 to 2020 Königswiesen

Thank you for an awesome PassOut! This year, for the 3rd time, PassOut took place in Königswiesen, Austria. The “Karlingerhaus” has a 428m² gym with a boulder and climbing wall right in the house. It also has a SPA with sauna, swimming pool and fitness room. We have our own kitchen, a breakfast room and …

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